Monthly Archives: December 2015

Three horses to look out for in January…

January. A time when the Giant likes to Bolster his CV. Horses like trainers are creatures of habit. Some perform better at the start of the season. Some peak after a couple of starts. Some are at their strongest in the spring time. Some don’t click into gear until the summer rolls around. Some even relish…

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What we learned from the weekend: 19th & 20th December…

Thistlecrack continued on his upward curve at Ascot… It’s often a bit of a ‘calm before the Christmas storm‘ couple of days but there was still plenty of talent on show last weekend, with a number of horses enhancing their spring festival credentials in the process. Once Christmas Day is out of the way we are positively…

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What we learned from the weekend: 12th & 13th December…

A week of slimming paid off in style for Dickie Johnson! After a small pre-Christmas break last week (to pick up a new retired greyhound for our pack) I’m back in the swing of things today with the next instalment of ‘What we learned from the weekend’. Cheltenham’s December meeting was it’s usual competitive and tricky…

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The December trainer trends you need on your side…

December: Time for Henderson to start unleashing… December. Tingle Creek month. Becher Chase month. Caspian Caviar Gold Cup month. King George and Lexus month. Welsh National month. Lemme at ’em! Lemme at ‘em! The rain is here, the snow is coming and the National Hunt game is firing on all cylinders so here are a few trainer stats you…

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